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What Elements Must a Plaintiff Prove in a Personal Injury Case?

If you have been injured in an accident, you may be wondering, “What do I have to prove to win compensation for my losses?” There are four basic elements that you must prove: The defendant owed you a duty of care — Basically, this means the defendant had a responsibility imposed by the law to Read More

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Manufacturer Cuts Costs to Increases Profits and this Leads to Needless Deaths and Injuries

At least 14 people have been killed and more than 100 have been injured by faulty inflaters made by Takata, a small Japanese airbag manufacturer. More than 100 million of Takata’s airbags have been installed in cars in the U.S. by General Motors and 16 other automakers. According to a recent New York Times profile, Read More

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Boston Globe Exposes Nursing Home Neglect Resulting in Death

The Braemoor Health Center in Brockton, Massachusetts was the recent subject of a damning Boston Globe report which exposed the nursing home’s horrid state of affairs. Among other things, the report details the tragic death of a dementia patient from a heart attack. The nursing home’s nurses and health aides lacked the training to revive Read More

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Despite Recall, Defective Takata Airbags Remain in Millions of Cars

According to a startling New York Times profile, the airbags manufactured by Japanese company Takata have now been linked to 10 deaths and more than 100 injuries, yet remain in millions of vehicles nationwide. The first publicized injury linked to the defective airbags occurred in 2004, when the airbag of a Honda Accord exploded and Read More

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Following Deaths, Boston Scientific Recalls Lotus Valve System

In the wake of three deaths, Boston Scientific Corp. recently issued a worldwide recall of its Lotus transcatheter aortic heart valve replacement system. The recall is voluntary and not mandated by any government entity. The recall affects approximately 250 Lotus valve systems that were manufactured earlier this year, roughly fifteen (15) of which are in Read More

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Choking Hazards Continue to Pose Danger in Children’s Toys

A recent and comprehensive survey on toy safety conducted by U.S. PIRG cited choking hazards as one of the top dangers posed by children’s toys. Between 2001 and 2012, more than 90 children died from choking incidents. Often times, these toys contain improper labels causing parents or relatives to mistakenly purchase the toys for children Read More

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Grocery Chain Recalls Care One Children’s Cough Medicine Due to Potential Overdose

Stop & Shop Supermarket has issued a recall for the Care One Children’s Mucus Relief Cough medicine due to incorrect dosage markings on its bottle, which can potentially cause an overdose. Almost 500 stores throughout New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island will immediately discontinue selling the affected product. The product has been Read More

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What Damages Are Available in a Massachusetts Personal Injury Lawsuit?

Personal injury law is meant to compensate an innocent person for losses due to the negligent, reckless or deliberate behavior of another person. These losses are called damages and are divided into two categories: specific and general. Specific damages are purely economic, such as the cost of emergency room treatment, hospital and medical bills, and Read More

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FDA Recalls Brainlab’s Cranial Image-Guided Surgery System

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently issued a Class 1 Recall of Brainlab’s Cranial Image-Guided Surgery (IGS) System due to potential inaccuracies in the navigation display. A Class 1 Recall is the most serious degree issued by the federal agency, and indicates that “there is a reasonable probability that use of these products will Read More

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Prolonged Legal Battle over Alleged Defect in Remington Rifles Draws to Conclusion

In October 2000, Rich and Barbara Barber lost their young son in a gun accident due to a major defect in the firearm that Remington not only knew about, but actively concealed. When Barbara went to unload her Remington rifle, her finger was not near the trigger, yet the gun went off. The bullet killed Read More

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